Cuisinart CPC-600 6 Quart 1000 Watt Electric Pressure Cooker (Stainless Steel) Cuisinart $47.99
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- Watts: 1000
- MPN: CPC600FR
- Trivet included: Yes
- UPC: 086279017628
- Handles: Cool-touch side handles
- Manufacturer: Cuisinart
- Capacity: 6-quart capacity
- Color: Brushed Stainless
- Fingerprint-proof brushed stainless steel housing: Yes
- Model: CPC600FR
- PackageQuantity: 1
- International Availability: No
- ProductTypeName: KITCHEN
- Housing: Fingerprint-proof brushed stainless steel housing
- Publisher: Cuisinart
- Thermostat: Digital thermostat
- 0-40 minutes = 1-minute increments: Yes
- Display: 99-minute time and LED countdown display
- EAN: 8856623466257
- Surface: Nonstick cooking pot
- 40-99 minutes =5-minute increments: Yes
- Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe
- Nonstick cooking pot: Yes
I used the old pressure cookers years ago and they were great for meals for a growing family then as I got older I went back to stove cooking all day for a bowl of beans or soup, This cooker cooks ham hocks and uncooked red beans in under 15 minutes, and roast and stew meats in about 10 minutes.. I was so Happy with it I bought a second one from the same supplier for my great granddaughter and her family, The supplier was fast in sending it and well packaged, recipe book comes with it, easy to clean too..
I've only used the product one time, which was on last Saturday. I cooked ham hocks and mustard greens for 30 minutes. It is the first time I've use a pressure cooker, and was really supprised with how the meat just pull off the bones. The greens were good too. A little too mushie, but really good flaver. I have no complaints. I'll be trying other receipes this weekend. It is a good product. I reccomend it.
So far I have been chopping up veggies, mushrooms and a small piece of meat toss them in with a little meat and add my favorite spices. And in much less than 30 minutes, IT IS READY. The manual isn't the easiest to understand and I still forget occasionally to press start after setting pressure and time.
These automatic pressure cookers are the best addition to any kitchen you could have. It is simple to operate after you read the directions and easy to clean. Simple to program, turn it on and leave it cooking when you go to work, come back after work to a warm pot of something good to eat for dinner. We love ours, you will too.....
Wow! Compliments to whoever thought of combining a pressure cooker, slow cooker, stewing pot & browning element all in one appliance. It's extremely useful for braises, soups, keeping a dish hot & making a tender pot roast or pulled pork -- just to name a few! It's turning into my go-to appliance right after my non-stick covered Calphalon frying pan. The Cuisinart cooker's really big problem is that it takes up a LOT or counter space and may be too tall to fit under some low kitchen cabinets. It's both too tall and too large to fit in my cabinets & my kitchen is crowded enough already that I don't have room to add a small table to leave it on.